Scroll title macro formatting issues when used inside a numbered list

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    Artur

    I found a temporary solution by adding an extra empty line after the image inside the {scroll title} macro, this way the caption always stars properly after image. Yet this does not solve the issue why the image and the caption do not follow the style defined in the template.  Well, actually why they partially do not follow the style, since the font and most definitions do follow with the exception of the alignment. The caption should be justified, but it follows the image format of being centered. The image is set to centered manually in the page editor since otherwise the entire page format (web view, not export) just slides of and is unreadable, but the format is fine on export.  So the centered image is a compromise between both, so does the caption follow the centered format.

    But image not within the numbered list act normally and are justified on export, even though they are centered on the page.

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    Thomas Rough (K15t) (Edited )

    Hi Artur, 

    Thanks for reaching out to us. 

    I was also able to reproduce this same export behaviour. It seems that having an extra line within the Scroll Title macro underneath the image prevents the captions from being formatted like you've shown in your second screenshot. However, the template options are still overridden by the list formatting from Confluence. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a specific workaround for preventing this export behaviour, other than to remove the macro from the list styling. Therefore, I have created an issue which you can track here: https://k15t.jira.com/browse/EXP-2661 

    Please sign up to our JIRA (via https://k15t.jira.com/) in order to watch, comment and/or vote on this issue. We'll then send a notification for every status update. 

    Cheers, Thomas (K15t)

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    Artur

    Hello Thomas,

    I have also noticed that the same issues persists when using a "Scroll Table Normal" style within a "Scroll title" macro. At least partially. The table formatting is saved, the heading row is bold as intended, but the text position follows the "Paragraph" style format. 

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    Thomas Rough (K15t)

    Hi Artur, Thanks for the update. 

    In regards to the issue you've noticed with the table, were you finding that the caption was being exported incorrectly? Or was this in relation to the text in the table cell content being in the Normal Word style and not a different style? Are you able to provide some further details (e.g. screenshots) the highlight the issue? I can then further investigate. 

    Cheers, Thomas (K15t) 

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